## April 17th-21st

*Students will use a ruler to measure length to the nearest centimeter and inch*

## April 10th-14th

*Students will be reviewing - your child's teacher will provide review homework that matches the review work they are doing in their classroom.*

## FOURTH QUARTER

## March 27th-31st

*Students will understand probability - the chance that an event will occur.*

## March 20th-24th

*Students will be able to read and understand a calendar.*

## March 13th-17th

*Students will compare fractions using models*

Students will be shown fractions and models like the ones shown to the left. They will need to determine which fraction is greater or if they are equal using symbols and words.

- 7/10 is less than 7/12 or 7/10 < 7/12

## March 6th-10th

*Students will name and identify fractions*

## February 27th-March 3rd

*Students will understand and demonstrate equality*

## February 20th-24th

*Students will find differences of two whole numbers 99 or less using models, regrouping, and in word problems*

Students will continue subtracting whole numbers with and without regrouping.

**Unit test NEXT Friday, February 24th**## February 13th-17th

100th day of school is Wednesday, February 15th

*Students will find differences of two whole numbers 99 or less using models, regrouping, and in word problems*

Students will continue subtracting whole numbers with and without regrouping.

**Unit test NEXT Friday, February 24th**## February 6th-10th

*Students will estimate the differences of two whole numbers 99 or less.*

Students will continue subtracting whole numbers with and without regrouping.

## January 31st-February 3rd

*Students will estimate the differences of two whole numbers 99 or less.*

**Estimate -**To find what is closest (rounding). Example 43 is closer to 40 on a number line than it is to 50.

**Difference**- To subtract. To find out how many numbers fall in between on a number line. Example: the difference of 3 and 8 is 5. There are 5 numbers in between 3 and 8.

## *The third quarter begins on Tuesday, January 31st*

## January 23rd-27th

This week homework will be provided by the classroom teacher and will reflect what they are working on in their individual classrooms. Second grade is using this week to make up for time missed due to snow.

## January 17th-20th

*Students will be able to write and tell time to the nearest five minutes.*

In order for students to successfully read an analogue clock, they must be able to tell the difference between the hour (short) hand and the minute (long) hand. They must also understand that there are 60 minutes in each hour.

## January 12th

**Due to the snow, we will only have one day of homework this week**

*Money continued...*

## January 3rd - 6th

*Students will count/compare coin collections to $2.00 and use money symbols correctly*

## December 19th-21st

No homework this week -- See you next year!

## Week #6 - December 12th-16th

*Addition - Students will be able to solve addition problems with addends of 99 or less and solve word problems.*

This week is a continuation of last week. Students will be focusing on finding the actual answer of an addition problem with and without having to regroup.

## *Test on Rounding this THURSDAY*

## Week #5 - December 5th-9th

*Addition - Students will be able to add using estimation and be able to solve addition problems in order to find the actal answer*

## Week #4 - November 28th-December 2nd

*Rounding - Students will be able to determine what two tens a two-digit number is in between and be able to round to the nearest ten*

## Week #3 - November 21st-22nd - No Homework

## Weeks #1/2 - November 9th-18th

## SECOND QUARTER

## Weeks #5/6 ~ September 3rd-14th

*2.17 The student will use data from experiments to construct picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs.*

2.19 The student will analyze data displayed in picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs.

2.19 The student will analyze data displayed in picture graphs, pictographs, and bar graphs.

**Bar Graphs**- display data using bars. Bars can be vertical or horizontal.

Bar graphs include: title, labels, categories, bars (data)

Students must be able to compare information in the bar graph by adding and subtracting. They will also be expected to analyze the graphs by deciding if answers/statements are true or false.

**Picture Graphs**- display data using pictures of the actual items being graphed.

**Pictographs**- display data using pictures or symbols

Students are expected to be able to count by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s when working with a picture and/or pictograph. When pictures are cut in half, that represents half of the picture.

If this graph were counting by 10s so half of a picture equals 5 apples.

## Week #3 ~ September 19th-23rd

*SOLs 2.5 and 2.9 - Students will recall addition and subtraction facts to 20 and understand how addition and subtraction are related.*

**Related Facts**- show how addition and subtraction facts are opposites (example: 3 + 4 = 7 and 7 - 4 = 3)

## Week #2 ~ September 12th-16th

*2.13 - Calendar - Students will determine past and future days of the week and identify specific dates on a calendar*

## Week #1 ~ September 6th-9th

*First Grade Review - Students will review key math concepts from first grade.*

Students were expected to master filling in a 100's chart like the one pictured. To accomplish this, students must be able to count from 1-100, which is a Kindergarten skill.

Students are expected to be able to take a set of objects like the strawberries to the left and sort them into groups of ten and ones by circling the groups of ten. They will then need to provide the number of items (i.e. are 17 strawberries -- one group of 10 and 7 ones)

Students should be able to tell time on an analogue clock like the one shown to the nearest hour and half-hour.

For example: The clock to the left shows 7:30

For example: The clock to the left shows 7:30